The Lorne Pier to Pub has been running since 1980. The swim leads participants on a 1.2km course starting at the Lorne Pier and finishing at the foreshore of the Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club. Now recognised as the largest ocean water swim in the world, the event is organised and run by volunteers of the Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club.
What’s On in Lorne
After attending the Lorne Pier to Pub swim, be sure to check out all of the other things to see & do in Lorne. With picnic & BBQ areas to enjoy the coastal scenery, and waterfall walks to soak up the natural beauty of the nearby forests, there’s plenty to do for the whole family. However, if you’re after a more relaxing experience in the sea, there are other beaches which are also great for fishing & surfing.
Getting to Lorne
Whether you’re travelling from Melbourne, Geelong, or abroad, there are plenty of ways to get to Lorne.
Transport by car, public train & bus services, searoad ferry, or plane (Avalon or Tullamarine Airports) are the best ways to get here.
For more information & contact details, read our getting here guide.
Be sure to rest & relax, after the Pier to Pub Lorne, at any of the great accommodation options available.
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